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14A Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Check out th.e most decorated houses in Quincy I James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plumasnews.com For some more than others, the holiday season means more than sharing time with loved ones and remembering what one has in life to be thankful for --it also means decking the house out with decorations. Certain neighborhoods in Quincy have kicked it up a notch. The single string of Christmas lights has become a thing of the past for many homeowners, who go all out with lights, decorations and inflatable holiday characters. Following is a suggested driving tour highlighting some of the best holiday houses in American Valley that will ensure residents of Quincy a show to remember. Suggested holiday tour Start on Valley View Drive, one of the streets behind Plumas District Hospital. The whole street is elaborately decorated, with one house an especial standout. Downtown Quincy doesn't have as many homes decorated as other areas in the valley, but a string of houses on the Main Street block east of the post office parking lot is worth checking out. The division of houses south of Highway 70 in East Quincy really lets its lights shine bright. Go up South Mill Creek Road, then head east on Center Street. Most of the houses on Sierra Way are lit up, making the drive on both ends of the street a must-see. Another highlight of East Quincy is the brightly decorated house on the corner of Second Street and Center Street, where a mix of bright lights and inflatable d6cor glow in the night. After touring East Quincy, head westbound on Highway 70 back past downtown and past the turnoff to Feather River College. The final house on the route is hard to miss. On the corner of Highway 70 and West Ranch Road is a yard with upward of 100 decorations foresting the hill slope. As the holiday spirit sweeps through Quincy, more homeowners will undoubtedly deck the halls, and their houses, with stunning Christmas decorations. \\; Christmas light t0ur This house on Center Street in East Quincy is surrounded by inflatable figures, exemplifying a more modern Christmas tradition. Photos James Wilson This suggested route around Quincy takes drivers through the most lit-up neighborhoods in town. ,  4 Zr,  o; ,,? i This house on Valley View Drive in Quincy is embellished with traditional Christmas decorations, shining bright in its neighborhood. new cha/ri 00o00Oak start/n00 at TV consoles, sofamate tables, entertainment centers, hall trees, curios, dining room and more! SUNNY DESIGNS Get:the best sep ofyour ' t-his QUEEN 10 YEAR PILLOWTOP now only .... : NO INTEREST ..... WITH PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHSI* TAKE EXTRA 10% Off Onall ACCESSORIES! anybody yort! i,! q i